Fill Master of Fishery Sciences (M. F. Sc.) Course Application Form 2018
Master of Fishery Sciences is a postgraduate program of 2 years. It is the course of understanding and managing fisheries. It includes the study of Marine biology, oceanography, ecology, marine conservation, population dynamics etc. The course covers the vast aspects of biodiversity & Aquatic environment, biotechnology techniques for the clean and safe environment, utilization of waste water and environmental biotechnology.
Interested candidates who want to apply for the course must have Bachelor’s degree in Science or Bachelor of Technology in relevant field. Some of the institutions also ask for the subject of Zoology and Fishery Science in graduation. However, there is also criteria for minimum qualifying marks in the Graduation Degree. But the minimum qualifying marks varies from institute to institute.
Application Form 2018- Master of Fishery Sciences Course Programs
The candidates who are filling the application form for the admission into the course of Master of Fishery Science must fill it carefully. They should read the instructions and after that start filling the application form. They should fill their personal and educational details correctly in the application form. After filling the application form, they should submit it on or before the last date.
List of Top Colleges
- Ganga Kaveri Institute of Science and Management, Bangalore
- Fisheries College and Research Institute, Thoothukudi, Tamil Nadu
- Junagarh Agricultural University, Junagarh
- Kerala Agriculture University, Thrissur
After completing the Master’s course in Fishery Sciences, the candidates can have work opportunities in Fish Retail Markets, Fish Research Centers, Colleges, Universities and Fish Farming. They can work on the job profiles of Fisheries Science Specialist Officer, Senior Fisheries Scientists, Research Assistant, Lecturer and Subject Matter Specialist. They also have good opportunities in aquaculture farms, processing plants and hatcheries. They can find jobs in National Fisheries Department Board and Central Institute of Fisheries Technology. In these organizations, they can work as biochemist and biologists. There are also opportunities in public sector organizations like Central Marine Fisheries Research Institute.